Kolongi Brathwaite
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  • Open Edition
  • Giclee on Paper or Offset Lithograph
  • Measures 28x22 inches (image size). Paper size may vary.
  • African Art
  • Inspired by Yoruban Culture and the deity Yemaya.

Step into the realm of Yoruban spirituality and behold the captivating presence of Yemaya, the revered deity who reigns over the vast waters of creation. In the rich tapestry of Yoruban culture, Yemaya is hailed as the mother of all, the embodiment of the ocean's nurturing embrace, and the embodiment of feminine power. As the goddess of fertility, motherhood, and protector of women, her divine essence flows through the depths of our souls, guiding us with her wisdom and compassion. Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of Yemaya as you embark on a profound journey into the depths of ancient traditions and the timeless strength of the feminine spirit.

A work of art by Kolongi Brathwaite inspired by the legend of the Yoruban deity "Yemaya". Measures 28x22 inches (image size). Open edition. Giclee on paper. 

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Edition Open Edition
Framed Available framed or unframed
Height 28 inches
Length 22 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU kolongi-yemaya
Year Released 2022
Kolongi Brathwaite

Kolongi Brathwaite

Kolongi is an internationally recognized artist who emigrated from Barbados with the goal of establishing himself as a leading figure in the art world. His work, primarily focused on original artwork and prints, explores the rich heritage and culture of the African American experience, covering subjects such as family, spirituality, and the black experience. Kolongi is self-taught and uses oils on canvas to convey his messages, with the ultimate motivation of projecting positive images and educating people about the greatness of African culture.

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